The journal Histoire de l’art is looking for a member specializing in medieval art history and a member specializing in modern art history for its editorial board. The journal is dedicated to the publication of articles by young researchers, thus established in a dialogue with more experienced researchers who support them. Along with the other members of the editorial board, the two new members will participate in the life of Art History , which publishes two thematic issues per year as well as varia ( on the Apahau blog ). These articles cover all fields of art history, from Antiquity to the 21st century (see the list of published issues ).The expected involvement of the new members of the editorial board concerns:- participation in the drafting of calls for contributions within the framework of thematic issues (see for example the last call to date);- reading and participating in the evaluation of the proposals submitted by the authors to the various sections as well as participating in the final choices of the articles selected;- an investment in a writing collaboration with these young authors who are thus guided and supported in the improvement of their articles;- participation in the life of the journal (presentation of issues, exhibitions, etc.).The committee meets approximately 4 times a year.
Founded in 1988, the journal is edited by Apahau with the support of the Direction générale des patrimoines, the Center national du livre, the École du Louvre, the Institut national d’histoire de l’art and the Center German art history. The editorial board now has seventeen members, teacher-researchers and curators; since 2018, its editor-in-chief has been Dominique de Font-Réaulx, general curator at the Louvre museum. The journal is published in 600 copies; issues are between 200 and 300 pages long.
For an overview of the history of the journal, see the 30-year anniversary issue , published in 2018.
For more information on the journal, see the article presenting the journal on this blog .
People (research professors or heritage curators) who would be interested in participating in the editorial committee are requested to send by December 19 at the latest a brief presentation of their background and their motivations (about half a page). addressed to the editor-in-chief Dominique de Font-Reaulx ( dominique.de-font-reaulx [a] louvre.fr ) with a copy to the editorial office ( revueredachistoiredelart [a] gmail.com ) indicating the title of the email: Committee editorial review Art History accompanied by the mention of the specialty (Middle Ages or Modern Period).
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